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Hypnotherapy is increasingly being recognised as an effective way to help people suffering from anxiety disorders, according to Michael McGuinness of the Mayo Hypnosis Clinic.
Volkswagen is presenting the technically updated Sharan at the Geneva International Motor Show next week. Europe’s number one carmaker says that numerous new convenience and assistance systems make the family-friendly MPV one of the most advanced models in its segment.
Volkswagen is presenting the technically updated Sharan at the Geneva International Motor Show this week.
Westport based songwriter Paul K has just released his debut single called ‘Bright Side’.
DEVOTEES OF American roots and rockabilly should check out 13 Hours, the latest release from Joe Fury & The Hayride, which is guaranteed to get juke joints jumping, shebeens swinging, and honky-tonks hopping.
JOURNEY THROUGH a series of modernist buildings on your way to a construction site intended for people who will be alive thousands of years in the future, but will not understand any languages we speak today.
This very fine painting ‘Listed for the Connaught Rangers, recruiting in Ireland 1878’, was painted by Elizabeth S Thompson, but following her marriage to Lieutenant General Sir William Butler of Bansha Castle, Co Tipperary, is best known as Lady Butler. It is not only extremely unusual for a woman artist to have so successfully worked in the highly masculine field of military art, but Lady Butler was an exception in many ways. She was an innovator, particularly in her sensitive and humane depiction of the ordinary soldier. Detail was all important. She was a regular visitor to Chelsea Hospital, and other retirement homes for soldiers, to question survivors, sometimes getting them to re-enact a particular scene.
Perhaps fearing that the refusal by Irish soldiers to carry out army duties in Wellington Barracks at Jullundur, northeast India, on June 27 1920; and that the mutiny would spread to an already sympathetic native population, leading to a general protest such as at Amritsar the previous year, the army authorities quickly took decisive action. The commanding officer, Lt Col Leeds, strode into the crowd of excited and rebellious soldiers, demanding to speak to its two leaders John Flannery and Joe Hawes. He warned the men that they could be shot for this; that such behaviour only excited the natives to rebellion. Hawes, smoking a cigarette, replied that he would rather be killed by an Indian bullet than by a British one (His disrespectful attitude to his commanding officer was noted).
JCI’s Techgate event last week at Monroes included some of leading start-ups from the West of Ireland as well as some of the better established technology companies showcasing their products and brands at the Expo.. Featuring eight speakers with outstanding talks covering a wide range of topics with representatives from Google, boards.ie, OnePageCRM and Ex Ordo to name a few, Techgate also supported local charity COPE and the Galway Autism Partnership.
The Minister for Transport, Tourism, and Sport, Paschal Donohoe, was this week joined by Gerry Murphy, CEO of the National Transport Authority, Frank O’Donnell, general manager of Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland, and Hector Ó hEochagáin, TV and radio personality, at Eyre Square to officially launch the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes in the city.